Bengaluru Riots Planned Conspiracy by SDPI to Create Communal Unrest: NIA Chargesheet

Bengaluru Riots Planned Conspiracy by SDPI to Create Communal Unrest: NIA Chargesheet

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The violence in Bengaluru on August 12 last year in which Dalit Congress MLA R Akhanda Srinivasa Murthy's house and two police stations were torched was a larger conspiracy by the Social Democratic Party of India to create communal disharmony in the country, the NIA said in its charge sheet filed recently in a special court in Bengaluru.

The central agency has named Fairoz Pasha, a former Congress leader who later joined AAP, as one of the main conspirators in its chargesheet which runs into 7,000 pages. The NIA chargesheet, filed under sections 16, 18 and 20 of the UAPA Act and various sections of the IPC, names 247 people for conspiracy, destruction of public property and terrorism.

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